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Iran and the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency on Wednesday discussed how to take their cooperation beyond a limited agreement they reached last month.
The senator from New Jersey has proven himself an Iran hawk, ready to buck his own party in the White House.
The U.S. general charged with establishing the United States' most notorious prison says the entire operation was a mistake.
The Defense secretary said even with the agreement, the department faces fiscal challenges.
Administration officials said the decision reflects the goal of keeping pressure on the Iranian government while pursuing diplomatic talks.
Aides said the goal is to get a resolution passed this week.
But a spokesman maintained that the agreement should be signed as soon as possible.
At stake is his support for a fast-track plan to get the NDAA passed by year's end.
United Technologies/ National Journal Congressional Connection Poll finds support splits along party lines, with Democrats backing the accord.
For Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, one small word made a very large difference.